Biocilium

Biocilium is a supplement designed to support hair health by nourishing its follicles and supplying them with the essential nutrients. The manufacturer clams that your hair will regrow faster with this product that uses a blend of biotin, folic acid, and other multivitamins. The company behind the supplement is badly known and not reputable. Their official website has a poor quality and design. It claims that the supplement works by energizing follicles with intensive nourishment making it grow. The manufacturer promises that Biocilium is able to thicken hair and prevent future damage in a natural way. Is it really so? Is this a good solution for millions of people suffering from hair loss? Or, is it another overblown marketing hype for a sugar pill? We are going to find answers to these questions soon by discussing what we have learned for you to make a wise final decision.

Before taking a look at how Biocilium deals with hair loss, let's find out what causes it. There are about 100,000 hairs on our head. Each one is made up of protein filaments that grow from individual cells. The latter are formed in the root of follicles which are responsible for push up each hair. Hair doesn't grow all the time, though. There are three stages of hair growth: 1) Anagen (a growth stage that lasts 2-6 years); 2) telogen (a stage of rest that lasts about 100 days); and 3) catagen, (the stage in between). Hair loss can be caused by thousands of different conditions (vitamin deficiencies, diabetes, etc.), some medications, heart disease, too much stress, and other. The most common cause of the condition is male or female pattern baldness caused by a hormonal imbalance. As a result, hair follicles shrink gradually and the hair becomes thinner.

Does It Have Any Side Effects?

The manufacturer of Biocilium seems to ignore the question of possible side effects in association with the use of their product, but we managed to do another important research. We have learnt that the product's ingredients can cause mild, temporary digestive upset. In some cases, acetyl-l-carnitine can cause a "fishy" odor of the breath, urine, and sweat. St.Johns Wort might cause vivid dreams, trouble sleeping, restlessness, irritability, and anxiety. Ginkgo may cause allergic skin reactions and a forceful heartbeat. Bacopa may lead to fatigue and dry mouth, while deanol can cause confusion, insomnia, depression, and unwanted movements of the mouth and face. Even though phosphatidylserine has been studied for six months, its safety isn't fully understood.

If we take a look at the customers' reviews, we will see that they carry a mixed character. Many users have seen no results at all. One woman writes in her testimonial that despite her taking these pills for three months, nothing happened. Her hair did not regrow. In addition, the company kept charging the woman's credit card without sending her anything. Another user named Steven says that the product does not work for his hair. The only thing that grows is his nails. He would not recommend this supplement to anyone. The man is also concerned whether there is any health risk from Biocilium. The next customer writes that he ordered the product on 4/30 and paid $188.00. I called the to check whether he could get a lower price. As a result, they refunded $94.00 but canceled his order. Here are some of the actual customer reviews found online.

"I would better buy an over-the-counter vitamin supplement than Biocilium. I have zero effects from taking this product. Before that I had had problems with receiving the product. I paid for the order, but the product arrived several months later. In November, I was charged $49.99 again but no supplement arrived. I called the customer service, but nobody answered. Be careful with this product and company."

"I had ordered Biocilium thinking that it would help me. My first delivery arrived in May. My bank account was charged $119.97 on 6-30-17, and I called them to complain. The lady informed me that they have taken money for the next two months of Biocilium but I didn't get anything since then. Then, they took $49.97 again on 8-9-17 and I never received anything. This is fraud. I will complain to Bank of America tomorrow."

"I ordered three bottles of Biocilium and as soon as I started taking the first bottle I understood that it was not working. So, I called the number on the bottle in order to cancel my enrollment and get a refund. I never got an answer. $119.97 is a large sum of money for me, so I am going to complain!"

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